Why have releases slowed down so much?

Hello,

just like the title would suggest I wanted to ask why are releases so rare? Its been over a year since the last release. Bugfix updates should be way more common. Bugs like Get-RunningProcessesDynamically error should get fixed ASAP. New features can wait but bugfixes need to be released way more often. Otherwise what is even the point? Why use a half broken tool? Maybe add a dev branch with dev releases for people to test features and bugfixes? Can we get an update?

@luki1412 when you download the latest version from github, it contains the latest fixes.
I know most comments on issues found say this will be fixed in a next release, but these fixes are already available when you download the toolkit again from github.

Yes but not the changelog and this still doesn’t explain why. There is no reason not to release it more often then once a year. Its been over a year since the last release…

I agree that the github repo could use some more love.
It really feels like a lack of activity.
Folks are posting issues and PRs, but nothing seems to be happening.